The Boone County Fiscal Court listened to a first reading of an ordinance changing the zoning of a 2.72-acre piece of land on the northwest corner of Pleasant Valley and Haines Drive in Florence.
A small protest took place Thursday outside the United States Courthouse in Covington on Thursday in response to a legal effort to reopen eviction proceedings in Kentucky.
The Diocese of Covington released on Friday the names of priests, sisters, deacons, and lay employees facing now substantiated accusations of sexually abusing a minor or minors
Riverfest appears to be officially canceled after the City of Cincinnati announced Friday that it would not allow gatherings, beer sales, or fireworks on the riverfront due to the COVID-19 pandemic
The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) will resume collection of fares and front-door boarding on all trips starting Monday, August 10.
A Newport student currently attending the University of Louisville has gained a front-row seat to legislative action at the Kentucky State Capitol through her participation in a graduate fellowship
The City of Covington is restricting parking int he Licking Riverside neighborhood citing large crowds gathering late at night along Riverside Drive and in and around George Rogers Clark Park.
The Diocese of Covington announced that it will delay the opening of the new school year to August 17, following a recommendation from Governor Andy Beshear that schools not open until the middle o
From the University of Cincinnati:
The Dayton board of education met last Wednesday night to talk about options for reopening Lincoln Elementary and Dayton High School.
The Bellevue board of education met last Wednesday and discussed its school reopening plan.
From the City of Covington:
Dennis Gordon is set to retire as executive director of Kenton County Planning & Development Services (PDS), but before his departure, he received an honor from the Kentucky chapters of the Ame
A new 2020 Chevrolet Horton ambulance has arrived in Fort Wright.